Monday, October 8, 2007

Clinical Trial for those taking GnRH Analogues - e.g Zoladex

Clinical Trial - Volunteers wanted!

Have you been prescribed a GnRH agonist for 6 months for endometriosis or any other reason?

If so, would you be interested in taking part in a research study at the University of Oxford?

We are trying to find out if using a device like a TENS machine (which delivers mild electrical stimulation to the back) can prevent the small amount of bone loss which typically occurs with this type of drug. These temporary changes in bone density mimic those that occur around the time of menopause. Electrical stimulation may be a safe way to reduce or eliminate loss of bone density.

If you are interested in participating, please contact Fenella Roseman 01865 221003 - – for further details.

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